Sudbury –NDP MPPs France Gélinas (Nickel Belt) and Michael Mantha (Algoma-Manitoulin) announced they will ensure Sudbury’s voices will continue to be heard at Queen’s Park, and that the constituency office will remain open to serve the people of Sudbury.
“New Democrats will continue to work for the people of Sudbury. The staff here at this office will continue to provide excellent service helping residents with their concerns. The office will continue to be open for drop-ins Monday to Thursday and for appointments on Fridays,” Gélinas said.
“In addition to the regular office hours, Michael and I will be holding constituency clinics to make sure that residents’ concerns are addressed and their voices heard at Queen’s Park.”
The Nickel Belt MPP thanked former MPP Joe Cimino for his service and wished him well.
Mantha announced that he will be stepping in as the NDP’s transportation critic.
“As a northerner, I know that highways are the lifelines of our communities. As transportation critic, I will continue to pressure this Liberal government to improve winter road maintenance, complete the twinning of Highway 69 on time and to begin construction of Maley Drive.”
“The NDP’s strong team of northern MPPs and the entire NDP caucus are united in ensuring that Sudbury’s concerns will be brought to Queen’s Park. We will continue to work hard on behalf of northerners, First Nations and our communities. France and I are here to listen to resident’s concerns and hold this government to account,” Mantha said.
Mantha encouraged the people of Sudbury to continue to bring their concerns to the constituency office.
“Together, we will continue to work for the people of Sudbury, here and at Queen’s Park,” Mantha said.